The WTB High Tail is a saddle designed to reduce tire buzz on long-travel, large-wheeled bikes, but it’s also a viable lightweight option if its narrow shape fits you.
The KS LEV Ti offers an 80g weight savings over the KS Supernatural but has some reliability issues.
Blister’s bike editor Noah Bodman put the Specialized Command Post BlackLite to the test, and found it lacking in a few key ways.
The WTB Volt and Silverado saddles both offer comfortable rides, though for Kevin Bazar, break-in time and ride time produced sort of opposite results. (It’s kind of hard to explain. Just read this.)
The GravityDropper Turbo is a lightweight, resoundingly simple adjustable seatpost with plenty of options, but lacks the refinement of other posts.
With the 2011 Rock Shox Reverb adjustable seatpost, Jason Hutchins finds a whole lot to like, and one important caveat.
When it works, it is “invaluable.” But when it doesn’t….Check out Marshal’s Love / Hate relationship to the 2011 Reverb.